Metaphors In Animal Farm

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How Revolutions Fail Resulting Only in a Change of Tyrants in Animal Farm
As Napoleon's capability have shown that they result in nothing at all, he manipulates and deceives the animals in many different events. In Animal Farm by George Orwell, after Old Major's death and Napoleon becomes in charge, he brings the revolution injustice. During the time of his control, he has done nothing but bring chaos to the farm. He tricks the animals into submission, convincing them to believe in the wrong things, using different corrupting tactics in order to gain and keep authority, and in the end, the efforts that the animal's have put into the revolution, went completely astray. The revolution prompts Napoleon's rise of power, which reveals his true
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Humans were an enemy to the animals, this is why the animals created the rebellion against them, gaining their own independence. But ever since Napoleon became in charge, the whole ordeal of creating the revolution turns into dust, the hope for a better life without humans is no longer something the animals can strive for. As the farm is no longer called "Animal Farm", it is back to what it was called before, "Manor Farm". Napoleon and the pigs start walking on two legs, carry whips, wear clothing and made business relations with the humans on other farms. "The creatures outside looked from pig to man, and man to pig. And from pig to man again: but already it was impossible to say which was which" (95). Napoleon's influence have done nothing for the animals, everything from the slaving of animals, changing the rules of the seven commandments, slaughtering of animals, and now the peaceful relationship between them and humans are all for Napoleon's own benefit. Ultimately, the results of Napoleon's authority on the farm took a turn for the worst, as the new evolution of animals continue to suffer the same way the previous animals

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